But she thought that if Gilbert had ever walked home with her from the train, over the crisp fields and along the ferny byways, they might have had many and merry and interesting conversations about the new world that was opening around them and their hopes and ambitions therein.
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The way these poets are able to lure you into a whole new world, viewing things from a vantage point you’ve never seen before.
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The air was crisp and cool and the forest felt fresh, like he was standing in a brand-new world—a place untouched by disease.